Have new floaters? What should you do? All new floaters must be examined. The biggest medical concern is that the floaters are caused by a
Refractive Surgery and FOV
FOV, Floater Only Vitrectomy, should not change your refraction. This means, if you are anticipating either cataract surgery or even LASIK, you
Does FOV Cause Cataracts?
No one really truly knows if FOV (Floater Only Vitrectomy) causes cataracts. In my experience, while vitrectomy (done for all causes) does increase
FOV (Vitrectomy) is Safe
The major risks of vitrectomy, or FOV, are blindness from infection and retinal detachment. These are actually the major worries of any intraocular
What is a PVD?
A posterior vitreous detachment, or PVD, eventually happens to each of us. A posterior vitreous detachment occurs more frequently as wage and in
Difference Between FOV and Vitrectomy
There is no difference between FOV (Floater Only Vitrectomy) and a vitrectomy. They are exactly the same operation. FOV is a term used by patients